Each year, WJCC recognizes and celebrates graduates as they begin their next chapter. Valedictorian and Salutatorian are distinguished honors bestowed upon the students ranking highest in their graduating class.

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Retirement & Service Pin

WJCC’s Employee Recognition Celebration offers an opportunity to highlight dedicated employees for their countless hours of service to students and the organization.

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Support Staff of the Year

One support employee from each school, operations, transportation, technology and central office was selected by their peers and colleagues for the integral role in the division’s success.

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Teacher of the Year

The WJCC Teacher of the Year program offers the division an opportunity to recognize teachers who are exceptionally skilled, dedicated and exhibit excellence in the classroom.

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10 Points of Pride

  1. All WJCC schools earned full accreditation for the 11th year in a row. In the last five years, only 13 Virginia school divisions had all schools maintain full accreditation.
  2. As a recipient of the Virginia Governor’s 2017 VTSS Leadership Award, WJCC was recognized for initiatives to implement a multi-tier system of supports for behavioral intervention.
  3. Named to the Top Ten in the 2017 Digital School Districts Survey, WJCC was one of only five Virginia school divisions to earn recognition.
  4. Ranked 16th out of 132 Virginia school divisions in Niche’s 2017 Best School Districts rankings, WJCC scored an overall A grade in this rigorous assessment of academic and student-life data.
  5. The Class of 2017 was awarded $25,966,972 in scholarships.
  6. Norge Elementary students won the 2017 International Rube Goldberg Contest with their design of a machine to apply a Band-Aid©, beating out teams from China, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
  7. WJCC is home to 52 National Board Certified Teachers.
  8. Through implementation of the digital flyer distribution system Peachjar, WJCC saved over 800,000 sheets of paper and 104 trees.
  9. At WJCC’s first Professional Learning Conference 92 sessions were presented by WJCC staff members.
  10. The Exceptional Games, sponsored by the JHS Exceptional Eagles, brought together 188 students from all WJCC middle and high schools for a day of competition and camaraderie.